While your perfectly cooked steak is resting to its tender conclusion, quickly throw together this fried tomato and chilli sauce to go with. A side order of greens and you have a complete, healthy and low carb meal.
This brightly coloured and healthy terrine makes a lovely light lunch, served with salad, or a perfect starter.
No single category of nutrient has been more clearly determined to have anti-inflammatory health benefits than omega-3 fatty acids, and tuna is packed full of them.
These stacks are a great recipe to try to expand a vegetarian menu. They are hearty and full of flavour.
Soba are Japanese buckwheat noodles and are great served hot or cold. They are available in selected supermarkets and Asian grocery stores. Note
Hot and sour (tom yum) soup is a classic Thai soup that is, as the name suggests, spicy and sour. Made well, it is a bracing and nourishing dish with strong yet perfectly balanced flavours.
This delicious Japanese inspired miso broth is beautiful enjoyed with fresh salmon sashimi and light soba noodles.
Replace fresh figs with stone fruit or berries. You can buy rolled rye at selected health food stores; replace it with rolled oats if you can’t find it. Store the muesli in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 months. Note
We've used spelt flour to create a light pancake which is beautiful topped with roasted rhubarb and a sweet rose syrup. This makes a brilliant weekend breakfast.